Grammar Photo from Chicago Published

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Português: Union Station - ChicagoImage via WikipediaIt’s pretty well-known in my circle of friends and family that I’m a grammar nut. While I was in Chicago in April, at Union Station [right] on the way back to Minneapolis, I saw a great sign at the check-in desk. I submitted it to Bethany Keeley’s “Blog” of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks a few days after I got back, and this morning I got an email that she’d posted it. I have another email in requesting a correction of my display name and blog address (lack of numbers and extra [incorrect] tracking data, respectively), but that photo is mine.

So head on over to “except special people” (not my headline or text, though; just my picture) if you’re into grammar. If you like that, I’d suggest subscribing to the site, because that’s what Bethany posts. The vast majority of posts are photos from user submissions, so get busy with that camera!

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